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30 JANUARY 2017

family & divorce law
special report Thursday 23 february 2017

Family & Divorce Law requires a rather different and more sensitive approach to many other legal issues with an aggressive approach often prolonging and inflaming already difficult disputes such as Divorce, Matrimonial, Child Support, Domestic Violence, Child Custody, Civil Partnership Disputes etc.

This is where conciliation, negotiation, communication, collaborative law and mediation skills by expert Family & Divorce Lawyers are required and the needs of the whole family, particularly children, are dealt with sensitively.

For those individuals involved in any of these circumstances the stress factor can be immense so it is vital that they are able to make an informed choice when seeking professional legal help and advice and to this end The Birmingham Post will be publishing a special report focusing on this important subject and showcasing some of the top Family Law firms in The West Midlands including firms which are members of The Law Society Family Law Accreditation Scheme..

Booking and copy deadline is Mon 20 February 2017.




12 august 2016


BPP University Law School is set to launch two new legal apprenticeships from September 2016, partnering with some of the country’s leading law firms to offer the pioneering schemes.



29 JUly 2016

Birmingham post Legal 500

One of the our most anticipated supplements of the year the Legal 500 gives a guide to the top 500 UK Law Firms and leading individuals within West Midlands practices.

This important annual research charts the impact of the top 500 legal firms in the UK and is widely regarded as one of the most important publications of its type.  The Birmingham Post has once again teamed up with the Legal 500 publishers to review the West Midlands chapter and discover which firms have excelled in the various sectors of legal work.

We are planning to publish this year’s Legal 500 findings on Thursday 6 October 2016



 9 June 2016

Birmingham Law Society announces new ‘Risk, Regulations and Due Diligence’ conference

Registration Now Open with Early Bird Rates Available - 15 September 2016

The Birmingham Law Society, in partnership with Landmark Information Group, is hosting a specialist conference on identifying and mitigating environmental risks and the associated regulations.  The ‘Risk, Regulations and Due Diligence’ conference is taking place at St Philips Chambers in Birmingham on 15 September 2016 – registration is now open with special early bird rates in place until 30 June.The dust from the unexpected general election result is settling and the Queen’s Speech on the 27th May set out the new government’s plans. For lawyers, of particular interest will be the EU referendum, replacement of the Human Rights Act, the new Investigatory Powers Bill and the devolution issue.


25 MAY 2016

birmingham law society's to leave or not to leave? that is the question...

In anticipation of the EU Referendum to be held on the 23rd June 2016, Birmingham Law Society’s International Committee held an open debate with a selection of formidable speakers arguing the case for a “In” or “Out” vote.  Kindly hosted by KPMG at their Snowhill offices, the event was chaired by Michael O’Brien QC of No5 Chambers.


25 may 2016

president of birmingham law society announces charity partnership

President of Birmingham Law Society, John Hughes, has selected Midlands Air Ambulance Charity as his charity of choice for 2016/17.

To support Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s Air25 25th anniversary year, Mr Hughes will encourage Society members to help fund 25 lifesaving air ambulance missions throughout his term.